HRS super soil mix©

For Flower Pots and Raised Garden Beds

HRS super soil mix is a custom blend for maximum plant health! It can be used in outdoor gardens but was designed for flower pots and raised beds. Plants Transpire during the day and Resperate at night: Transpiration is needed for photosynthesis an the intake of Co2 in daylight.Soil is the most important part of your garden and good soil is good but SUPER SOIL is the best you can get!! There are many products going into this mix like: steamed bone meal, bat guano, blood meal, Epsom salt, azomite, and much much more.

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⟹ How to make HRS super soil full length in depth video
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Foundation: Based on 16 Cu ft (8 bags 2 cu ft) of soil before mixed.                 50% Top soil  40% peat moss  10% perlite  (add 15% sand to total mix) or

1- bucket soil 3/4 bucket peat moss 1/4 bucket perlite 2/3 bucket sand


1 Cu yrd = 27 Cu ft    2 cubic Ft of soil Fills 13, 1 gallon pots   1 cu ft top soil =  About 85 Lbs  1 Cu Ft soil= 25.75 dry quarts 1- 2Cuft bag soil will fill 2 1/2 five gallon buckets


Top soil: 8-bags organic soil (2 cubic ft per bag) or 11 bags 1.5 cubic ft bags. Total soil volume after fully mixed will equal about 1.75 - 3 Cu yrds potting soil. Avoid soils that contain additives and Bio solids.


Some links for soil we recommend:
Black Gold 1302030 16-Quart CocoBlend Potting Soil                                              http://amzn.to/2tPSwaW

 

Black Gold 1302040 16-Quart All Organic Potting Soil WhehJaF, 16 quart bag, 2 bags

http://amzn.to/2tQjAqD

 

(2) Foxfarm FX14000 Ocean Forest Garden Potting Soil Bags 6.3-6.8 pH | 3 Cu Ft  http://amzn.to/2pgwEjG

 


FACTS:
Soil pH: 6.4 to 7.2 is best for most vegetable plants. 6.7 being the best.          E.g. Tomato (5.5-7.5) Pepper (5.5-7.0) Spinach (6.0-7.5) Pea (6.0-7.5) Lettuce (6.0-7.0) Corn (5.5-7.5.)


Macro nutrients (primary): nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P), potassium/Potash (K)
 

Secondary Macronutrients: calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), sulfur (S)
 

Gaseous MacroNutrients: carbon/Co2 (C), hydrogen (H), oxygen (O) From air an water
 

Micro nutrients: boron (B), chlorine (Cl), copper (Cu), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), molybdenum (Mo),  zinc (Zn),  nickel (Ni) are essential for plant heath.

 

Tertiary or SubMicronutrients: Everything else  E.g.  Cobalt (Co)*, Chromium (Cr), Iodine (I)**, Lithium (Li), Selenium (Se)**, Sodium (Na)*, Silicon (Si)*  Etc... Non essential

NOTE:   * does benefit plants but not essential    ** Needed for human health.

Figure 1: Relative availability of micronutrients by soil pH¹